By: Jillian Wilson
Some QC teenagers strut their stuff for Hola America's Quinceanera fashion show.
A Quinceanera is like a sweet sixteen but for a fifteen year old.
It is a celebration for girls going into womanhood.
So girls get to wear big, fancy dresses and have a big party.
Fifteen vendors got together at the QC Waterfront Convention Center to showcase everything you need for your special day; Everything from what to wear, to how to do your makeup, even limo service information was available.
30 QC girls got to catwalk in their party wear and work on self esteem building.
"This is more than just a fashion show and walking down the runway. It's a program that the girls voluntarily become a part of and learn how to walk, they take self esteem classes and meet and talk to speakers in the community," says Veronica Loza, Hola America's TV Host.
All of the dresses were from ‘Ducky's Boutique' and ‘The Little Black Dress' in Moline.